Sound Tribe Sector 9 Live at Tabernacle on 2003-10-31
Once Told, Mischief of a Sleepwalker, Ramone & Emiglio, W.M.I.O.D., Breathe In, Luma Daylight, Really Wut?
Orbital > Improv > Orbital, Improv (Moonsocket/Paul Bley), Movement > For My Peeps, Tap-In, Evasive Maneuvers > Kamuy, STS9
01. Once Told
02. Mischief of a Sleepwalker
03. Ramone & Emiglio
04. We'll Meet In Our Dreams
05. Breathe In
06. Luma Daylight
08. Really Wut?
09. Orbital >
10. Improv > Orbital
11. Improv (Moonsocket/Paul Bley) >
13. Movement > For My Peeps
15. Evasive Maneuvers > Kamuy
18. From Now On
Collection SoundTribeSector9Band/Artist Sound Tribe Sector 9Venue TabernacleLocation Atlanta, GASource 4 MIC Mix: Oktava MC-012 (ortf, dangling from center balcony at sbd)> Roland UA5 (Oade Mod 1) > Nomad JB3 optical in> Lectrosonic 201 wireless feed>PSC (Professional Sound Corp.) M4 A+ 4 channel mixer ( mixed about 20% oktava)> Tascam-DA-P1Lineage Tascam DA-P1>TascamCDRW700>EAC> Wavelab 5.0 (batch render mastering w/ multiband compressor & meta normalize)> mkw (0.96f)Taped by Jay Ticer & Zach Sheeran bobo1111 at msn dot comTransferred by Chris Grider & Zach Sheeran
Here's a great one for audio/recording enthusiasts. This is definitely the most geeked out I've gotten with recording equipment...2 Oktava's dangling from the balcony in the center of two spread Rode NT2s into a four channel mixer. Thanks to Jay for the gadgets...recording engineers have the coolest stuff. For your comparison, there is also an isolated source of the Oktava's up on the archive. The difference is remarkable. The 4 mic mix is really spacious sounding and great in head phones. Several times I was fooled enough to turn my head because there is such a stereo image. It sounds like you're floating about 25' in the air in the center of the Tabernacle.